A conversation with the EFTA surveillance authority on competition, State aid, public procurement and their enforcement

I have the honour and pleasure of having been invited by the EFTA Surveillance Authority to speak at their lunchtime seminar series today. My remarks will be on the interaction between competition, State aid and public procurement rules, and the challenges this creates for the design of an effective enforcement strategy that ensures coordinated substantive assessments across these important rules of EU/EEA internal market law. My slides are available here.